Noel Gallagher on Oasis reunion: “I don’t care. If we were to reform, it’d be for money”

In occasion of his South American tour reaching Brazil, Noel Gallagher has been interviewed by 89 a Radio Rock before the gig.


When asked about music business he answered: “The music business I got involved in in 1993 doesn’t exist anymore. Somehow it’s changed for the better – for the consumer. Somehow it’s changed for the worse – for the artist. The quality of pop music has gone down and you know, the biggest pop phenomenon is Adele…”

And about a reunion he said: “I guess fans would really really like it to happen. But I don’t care about that. I was in Oasis for twenty years, we’ve done everything we had to do and if we were to reform it would be for the money. And there’s nothing wrong with that – I fucking love money. But I don’t need the money. When I do need the money, eventually I will need the money, trust me, we will fucking reform.”